compartmentation
noun Date: 1926 division into separate sections or units

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • compartmentation — The division of a cell into different regions, either structurally or biochemically. * * * com·part·men·ta·tion kəm .pärt mən tā shən, .men n intracellular partitioning of cellular substances and metabolic activities by membranes * * *… …   Medical dictionary

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